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Preview Clip Online, Forthcoming Doc, Stepping Down from Anthrax, and Scorpions' Projects

The WQLZ Music Minute--Music news written by Bishop for 92.7 WQLZ, The Rock Station


Preview clip online


Though the video doesn’t come out until next week, Buckcherry has made available a preview clip of their latest video for the single “Gluttony.” The tune is the first release from the forthcoming album Confessions which includes songs about the seven deadly sins and others. The video clip (watch below or at this link) shows the band performing a concert inside a church with a bunch of people reveling. There’s even a character who looks like Jesus going around putting pills in people’s mouths as if it were communion. Surely the video will be controversial enough to get a couple million views. Expect that out January 16th. The album hits stores February 19th. Buckcherry begins a tour with Kid Rock February 2nd.



Forthcoming doc


There are a few details about a forthcoming documentary featuring the life of Kurt Cobain. Filmmaker Brett Morgan says that he’s gotten access to a treasure trove of Cobain’s art work—everything from comic books, to paintings and even super8 films. These things and more could all be wrapped into the film which is expected out sometime ni 2014. No word on how much Courtney Love will play a roll … we’ll keep you posted.


Rob Caggiano as Shooter McGavin
Rob Caggiano as Shooter McGavin

Stepping down from Anthrax


He’s been with the band for a dozen years and actually produced their last album, but now, Anthrax guitarist Rob Caggiano is stepping down from the band. Caggiano says that he’s had some of the best times of his life with the band but he wants to now focus solely on his work as a producer. The band says they’re sad he’s checking out but they wish him well and there’ll be an announcement soon on a replacement for Caggiano.


Scorpions' projects


They rocked you like a hurricane back in the 80s and now they’re thinking of putting together an album of songs they never released from the era of big hair and spandex. German big hair metalers Scorpions just finished up a farewell tour, but they dug it so much they’re gonna keep the party going. Several projects in the works with the band include an album of songs they didn’t finish from the 80s. It will also feature some new tunes. Plus they filmed their last show in Muich which they may release to home video.


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